As founder and CEO of the integrative health and education initiative, Ms. Ibarra focuses on providing both face-to-face and online consultation services, focusing on Mind, Body & Soul Nutrition with the aid of Ayurveda. She is also passionate about public policy around food.

Ms. Ibarra acted as the Head of International Cooperation at the National Commission of Human Rights. Her main tasks as Head of International Cooperation were to create Agreements with Human Rights organisms around the world such as international NGOs, United Nations Agencies, Embassies, and other National Human Rights Institutions around the world.

Ms. Ibarra has also co-organized numerous events about Human Rights policy making such as the Right to a Healthy Environment, Challenges of the Constitutional Reform on Human Rights, and the 12th International Conference of National Human Rights Institutions.

Ms. Ibarra studied Communications and went to Law School at the Technological Institute for Higher Education of Monterrey. She studied a Masters on the Interamerican System of Human Rights in a joint program between Complutense University of Madrid and the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She also studied a course on British Law in the London School of Economics.

Ms. Ibarra leads as Vice President: Executive Chairwoman of the WAMS Human Rights Studies Division, she is an Honorary Member of the Academy, a Member of the WAMS Education & Training Board (ETB), a member of the International Specialty Boards Commission, and a Member of the Academy Faculty at WAMS, The World Academy of Medical Sciences.

Cristina Ibarra is on LinkedIn.

Mind, Body & Soul Nutrition Specialist

May 2021

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